The Parish of South Lafford

St Thomas of Canterbury Church,  Aunsby, NG34 8SX

Aunsby church is dedicate to St Thomas of Canterbury and is a mixture of Norman and Perpendicular styles of architecture with Grade II* Listed building status.  It was repaired and rebuilt in 1861.  In the Domesday survey the village is called "Ounesbi".

This 12th Century church is the oldest in the parish.  It has many features of architectural interest including a spire inscribed "Ave Maria" at the top. 

  

Aunsby is in the North Kesteven district of Lincolnshire.  It is situated just north and west off the point where the A15 crosses the A52.  The church sits in the centre of small rural village.

EVENTS

Saturday 7th September 2019

1st Annual Paper Plane Competition

St Thomas of Canterbury Church, Aunsby - 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm

Both indoor and *outdoor flight competitions - open to all ages  (*weather permitting)

Enquiries to Roger Fairchild-Fenton at paperplanes@fentonphotography.co.uk

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